Rangers have shared an official post to confirm that their match against Dundee on Wednesday night will be available to watch to RangersTV subscribers outside of the UK.
There have been major doubts about whether the Scottish Premiership clash at Dens Park will go ahead due to heavy rainfall on Tayside with Dundee earlier releasing a statement on 1 November to say they are monitoring the situation.
Rangers have since shared to fans how they can watch the match if they are based outside of the UK.
Rangers have won their first two Scottish Premiership matches with Philippe Clement at the reins so there’ll no doubt be hopes that this game will go ahead as it keeps the momentum going.
Danilo’s late winner against Hearts on Sunday capped off a very poor performance but that match-winning goal in stoppage time was no doubt a massive confidence booster for Clement and his squad.
It’s imperative that this game goes ahead because players will have prepared for it and we don’t want them feeling as though they can take their foot off the gas ahead of a Scottish League Cup semi-final at Hampden Park this weekend.
Obviously, we don’t want any injuries in this game and that is something that will have to be kept a close eye on or just surrendered to the will of the gods.
But it’s always better for players to be playing matches, especially when they’re doing well.
Clement has the chance to drop some of his underperforming players for this game too.
It could also be a final chance for someone like Sam Lammers to impress before the semi-final at Hampden because he no doubt faces the threat of being axed.